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Research on the Readjustment of College Students to Campus Life After Psychological Crisis

Xinru Xie


College students are in the critical period of transition from adolescence to adulthood, which is a high incidence of psychological crisis. When college students have a psychological crisis and return to school again after treatment, they will face pressure from both external and internal sources. If the pressure is not handled well, it may aggravate the student’s condition, leading to withdrawal from school or over-radical behaviors such as self-harm or suicide, or even attacks on others, resulting in a serious campus crisis. As a university teacher, we can help these students adapt to campus life and complete their studies by emphasizing the first conversation after returning to school, keeping in touch with their roommates, and strengthening cooperation with mental health teachers.


Psychological crisis; College students; Stress; Ba ck-to-school adjustment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i35.12544